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Willie Nelson: I Question Official Sept. 11 Story

Tuesday, February 05, 2008
URL:- http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,328726,00.html

AUSTIN — Texas icon Willie Nelson said on a nationally syndicated radio show this week that he questions the official story of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York City.

"I certainly do," Nelson said Monday when asked by talk show host Alex Jones if he questions the official story.

"I saw those towers fall and I've seen an implosion in Las Vegas, there's too much similarities between the two. And I saw the building fall that didn't get hit by nothing," the singer-songwriter said. "So, how naive are we, you know, what do they think we'll go for?"

On Sept. 11, 2001, 19 men hijacked planes, crashing them into each of the World Trade Center's twin towers in New York City, the Pentagon and a Pennsylvania field.

Nelson, who turns 75 this year, said if he were president, he would "stop the damn war, it's just that simple."

"The way I heard it, the 15 people from Saudi Arabia hit us in New York and we go jump on Afghanistan," Nelson said. "I never could figure that one out in Iraq."

Nelson's publicist would not comment on the remarks.

Jones, an Austin-based talk show host on the Burnsville, Minn., Genesis Communications Network, is sometimes described as a "conspiracy theorist." He regularly rails against globalism, the United Nations and World Bank on satellite and Internet radio.

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O'Reilly Calls Willie Nelson a Pinhead for 9/11 Remarks

http://www.jonesreport.com/article/02_08/070208_oreilly_nelson.html

O'Reilly launched an attack on country legend Willie Nelson last night in retaliation for bolstering support for 9/11 Truth.

But first, Bill O'Reilly took a moment to recognize himself as one of America's true patriots-- an humble patriot, well, because he called the Super Bowl five years straight.

Never was there a truer example of Samuel Johnson's famous words, "patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel."

Willie Nelson, on the other hand, is labeled a "pinhead" for statement he made on the Alex Jones Show where he claimed the towers' collapse resembled a Las Vegas demolition.

Samuel Johnson also said of the true patriot, "It is the quality of patriotism to be jealous and watchful, to observe all secret machinations, and to see public dangers at a distance. The true lover of his country is ready to communicate his fears, and to sound the alarm, whenever he perceives the approach of mischief."

THOUSANDS OF REPLIES

I just send an email to loofa boy telling him to have Willie on his show.

We need thousands of emails sent...get busy, Truthers.

oreilly@foxnews.com

I think the most patriotic

I think the most patriotic Bill has ever been was when he was calling that coworker and letting her know about his genitals and all that.

Nothing says Patriot like a little sexual harassment. Must be something with the name 'Bill'.

Although, it does depend on what your definition of the word 'is' is.

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Find out where he lives and surround his house.Harass the son of a bitch.

The Houston

The Houston Chronicle

February 6, 2008 Wednesday
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Nelson doubts 9/11 story

Willie Nelson said on a nationally syndicated radio show this week that he questions the official story of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in New York City. "I certainly do," Nelson said Monday when asked by talk show host Alex Jones if he questions the official story. "I saw those towers fall and I've seen an implosion in Las Vegas; there's too much similarities between the two. And I saw the building fall that didn't get hit by nothing," the singer-songwriter said. "So, how naive are we, you know? What do they think we'll go for?"

PR Newswire February 5, 2008

PR Newswire

February 5, 2008 Tuesday 11:27 PM GMT

Willie Nelson on The Alex Jones Show: Twin Towers Were Imploded on 9/11;
Willie Nelson challenges official government account of 9/11 attacks.

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DATELINE: AUSTIN, Texas Feb. 5

AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Willie Nelson appeared Monday, February 4, 2008, on the nationally-syndicated Alex Jones Show in a ground breaking interview where the country music legend said the twin towers were imploded on 9/11.

"I saw those towers fall and I've seen an implosion in Las Vegas -- there's too much similarities between the two, and I saw a building fall that didn't get hit by nothing," added Nelson, referring to WTC Building 7, which collapsed in the late afternoon of September 11.

Nelson said he was not surprised by the recent revelations concerning the impartiality of the 9/11 Commission -- namely Phillip Zelikow, who has close ties to the Bush Administration.

"How naive are we -- what do they think we'll go for?" asked Nelson, pointing out that his doubts began on the very day of 9/11 during an appearance on the Alex Jones Show.

The audio and full story can be found at: http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/february2008/020408_towers_imploded...

Willie joins the ranks of many celebrities who have spoken out to question the official 9/11 story on the Alex Jones Show, including such notables as:

Charlie Sheen (see: http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/march2006/200306charliesheen.htm ),

Ed Asner (see: http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/march2006/310306asnershares.htm ) and rapper Paris.

Other celebrities who have questioned 9/11 include Ed Asner, Rosie O'Donnell, Martin Sheen, James Brolin, David Lynch, former Dallas Cowboys lineman Mark Stepnoski, actor Mark Ruffalo and many others.

Alex Jones is syndicated over the GCN Radio Network and airs on over 80 AM and FM stations across the country. Jones has been called the father of the 9/11 Truth Movement and has produced several films on September 11th and orchestrated terrorism, including, TerrorStorm and End Game. Both of these films reached the top 10 on Amazon's best-selling list for documentary films.

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This release was issued on behalf of the above organization by Send2Press(R), a unit of Neotrope(R). http://www.send2press.com/

CONTACT: Alex Jones of Alex Jones Show, +1-512-789-7130; or Mike Nelson,
+1-512-925-5156, mike@infowars.com , for Alex Jones Show

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The Associated Press State & Local Wire

February 6, 2008 Wednesday 12:35 AM GMT

Nelson says he doubts official explanation of terrorist attacks

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Texas icon Willie Nelson said on a nationally syndicated radio show this week that he questions the official story of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York City.

"I certainly do," Nelson said Monday when asked by talk show host Alex Jones if he questions the official story.

"I saw those towers fall and I've seen an implosion in Las Vegas, there's too much similarities between the two. And I saw the building fall that didn't get hit by nothing," the singer-songwriter said. "So, how naive are we, you know, what do they think we'll go for?"

On Sept. 11, 2001, 19 men hijacked planes, crashing them into each of the World Trade Center's twin towers in New York City, the Pentagon and a Pennsylvania field.

Nelson, who turns 75 this year, said if he were president, he would "stop the damn war, it's just that simple."

"The way I heard it, the 15 people from Saudi Arabia hit us in New York and we go jump on Afghanistan," Nelson said. "I never could figure that one out in Iraq."

Nelson's publicist would not comment on the remarks.

Jones, an Austin-based talk show host on the Burnsville, Minn., Genesis Communications Network, is sometimes described as a "conspiracy theorist." He regularly rails against globalism, the United Nations and World Bank on satellite and Internet radio.

Austin American-Statesman

Austin American-Statesman (Texas)

February 6, 2008 Wednesday
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Willie has his Sept. 11 doubts

Texas icon Willie Nelson said on a nationally syndicated radio show that he questions the official story of the Sept. 11 attacks on New York.

"I saw those towers fall, and I've seen an implosion in Las Vegas - there's too much similarities between the two," Nelson told Austin-based host Alex Jones. "And I saw the building fall that didn't get hit by nothing. So, how naive are we, you know, what do they think we'll go for?"

Willie Nelson has some balls

What about other stars who know the truth but remain silent? Let them all stand up and be counted. Let them grow a pair like Willie.

It's not about balls ... it's about principles.

Give me a person with principles, and obviously Willie certainly has that as well.

Email to O'Reilly

This is my email to O'Reilly, i'm afraid this guy really makes my skin crawl.
i haven't had a reply up to now. I am not holding my breath.
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Hey o'reilly, why not have willie nelson on your show and call him a pinhead to his face.

I hope you get paid well for hurling insults at anyone who has legitimate unanswered questions about important events.

You call yourself a patriot, you are anything but, you are a pathetic media whore and a traitor and you represent everything

that is wrong in America today. Have you any idea what a disservice you are doing to your country?